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THE SECESSION DAYS
Recalled by the P.-esonco In the City of Judgo Woods. SOME INTERESTING REMINISCENCE* Of (ho lUchiiiond Convention and the Stirring Tim oh That Followed tin I'ussnirc of t?o Ordinatico,pf Secession?Tho Battlo ut Philippl?A Propo8.ilion to Mob Mr. A. W. Camp bolL IJeferonco wna mado ia yostorday'g Intelliobncer to tlio presence oI the Hon. Samuel Wooda, of Barbour couu* ty, in tho city ana 10 mo lusiunu hoi o: resolutions which ho offered early in the sittings of tbo Secession convention at Richmond in 1801. That memorable convention met on the sixth of February of that year and Mr. Woods historic resolutions wore offered as early w the thirteenth, ono weok after it mot. In the canvass preceding the election lor members in January the hone among the Union poopio of what was then North Western Virginia was thai the membership would stand togethei in the convention and give no uid oi comfort to the madmen who wero bent on taking Virginia out of the Union und handing her over to the then iucohatu Confederacy at Montgomery, Ala. This hope was sadly dashed by tho bad break oi Mr. Woods on the day refeired to. He iiad the honor of leading oil in the interests of secession and ol gaining at once tho attention and commendation of Henry A. Wise, tho arch conspirator of the plot to annex Virginia to the confodorucy. \V ise consul? I ?i.? nftifnda nnd thn rnsnliltionfl of Mr. Woods u distiuct gain from an unexpected quarter, and henco ho welcomed and commended thoin at once in a speech, and said to Mr. Wooda what Little Jack Horner, who sat in the corner, said to himself, "what a lino boy are you." This oulogisra of Wise encouraged anothor man to break from the Northwestern Virginia delegation, viz: Leonard Hall, of Wetzel, and the two together then constituted "a pair to draw to" in the estimation of tho lire eater from tho Eastern Shore, wherewith to disrupt tho Union ranks in tho convention. Naturally there was much personal feeling at that time among tho Union element against these two men. Such men as C. L>. Hubbard, Campbell Tarr, James Burley, John J. Jackson, sr., John b. Carlile, Waitman T. Willey, >1. M. Dent, William G. Brown, John S. Burdetto, and others of- like attachment to ttie Union cause, felt that they had no further uao lor Messrs. Woods "and Hall and practically they had no personal relations thereafter with them. Those wero tho days of tense feeling and some of those Unionists were ready to quote, even if they did not actually utter, that well-known malediction oi Walter Scott on those "Whose treason liko a deadly blljjht Come* o'er the counsels of tho bravo To bloat them lu their hour oi might." It in only just, however, to Mr. Woods to say that lie disclaimed any moral responsibility for this attitude of his colleagues. His ploa was that tho sentimonts embodied in his rosolutionB wero substantially those upon which ho had been elected and thereforo in offering them lie represented not only his own sentiments but tho majority sentiment in Harbour county. The facta of his candidacy and canvass for a neat in tho convention wore somewhat peculiar. lie was a native of Canada, but had been renred and educated in ronnsyivanm, and was not at the time of his candidacy an old resident of Virginia. Hence ho was suspected of unsoundness "on tin1 goose," as the phrase then was, and had felt himself obliged to submit his views to the court house sanhedrim of Barbour, which views they passed upon and endorsed, as did also his and their constituents at the polls. Hence his claim that ho was no desorter from the Northwestern Virginia ranks, and that his resolutions wore not only in line with his profession of faith to the Barbour Democracy but likewise in lino with those of the great father ol Democracy as embodiod in the declaraory resolutions of Virginia and Kentui-ky as far back as 17SS-S9 Nevertheless the attitudo which Mr. Woods assumod in the convention as a would-be leader in the direction of secession was regarded by his colleagues as most uncalled for and unnatural, inasmuch as it did not represent the unalterable goographicaF situation or the material interests of West Virginia or tho hazards of the conflict thus invoked into life, but simply tho negro breeding interests of eastern Virginia aud the cotton interests of the South. Mr. Woods was in a reminiscent mood when called upon at the Stamm house by a representative of tho Intelligencer. lie spoko quite freely of all tho matters alluded to above, and addod a great deal that appertained to his experience after tho passage of tho Ordinance of Secossion, that "diroful spring of woos unnumborod." Ho spake oi tho fact that llnrbonr county endorsed his vote for the Ordinance by voting the same way after its passage, viz,, 011 the 24th of May following, at which time the people ratified it by abgut tho saino majority which they had given him the January preceding. Ho gave a somewhat graphic account ot his departure from Pbilippi tho evening before the battlo, viz., on Sunday evening, June 2d, at 6 o'clock, and iroiuR on horsoback as far as M us tow's tavern, on the Beverly pike; of his sleepless night there and his early rising next morning just as tho sound of cannon came breaking over tho hills from Philippi, sixteen miles away; of his departure bofore broakfast for Sipe's tarorn, further on tho road to Beverly; oi the inquiries of tho people en route as to what Uiose sounda meant, and oi thoir inability to mako out whether it was thunder* or cannon; of his being fluspoclotl as a Yankeo spy and beiny eved vory suspiciously at stopping places on'tho road to Staunton, where he linally dismounted from his horao and took tho ears to Richmond, reaching there in time to resume his soat in the convention that reassembled on the lttth of June; of tho now constitution which that reassembled convention framed for Virginia (a fact, said Mr. Woods, that not 500 pooplo in West Virginia aro probably aware of), and oi its total overthrow at tho polls after it was framed. Mr. Woods remombered and describod the street scenes at tho Spottswood hotol one night in Richmond before tho passage of tho Ordinanco, at tho time that Mr. A. W. Campboll was representing this papor in the convention, and at tho tifeno that Leonard Hall made his famous speech from tho balcony of tho hotel, and proclaimed to the mob that tho "abolition editor of the Wheeling 1nt::llic?encer" was in that hotol, and sitting behind him it: the parlor, whereupon the cry wont up "Throw him out of tho window," etc, That was tho night thoy hung in ofJig) Samuel McDowell Moore, of ltockridgo county, ooo of tli<? ?taunch Union mom* beri of thi) convention, and one of tho signers of tho famous Kuflner paniph> lot in favor of gradual emancipation. ''Those wore exciting times, said Mr. Woods, as lie closed tho interview in order to go to sue his nick friend, Ex> Congressman Martin, of Taylor county, ) "and wo are uot likely to boo tueir iilio again." NEW GLASS IWKXTIOXfl, Mui-tlii'N Ferry Men Take Out Patent* on linprovmiientx. >. A. B. Seamon, president of the Buck. eyo Glass Company, Martin's Ferry, and Amos Wilson, an omploye, have patented a smoother which will do tho work of threo men or boys and do it satisfactorily. On a frame is a wheel used for smoothing, with throe knees on one siilo. Fastened to theso are ' threo arms. Ilieso aro held by set screws ana can bo adjusted to any angle. On each arm is a chuck lined with felt, with a valve in tho bottom fr\r nnat.inn nti> tiiinlilnra i\t f nl'lnr they aro finished. 0:i the buck part of the chuck is a thin iron cog-wheel, which is turned around by a worm gear on tho opposite bide. The worm gear ia 1 made in u semi-circle, bo as to follow , 1 tho smoothing wlioel, is partially cov- j i ored with irou, and will keep the three . chucks or cogs turning at tho sumo ( [ tiiuo, thorebv smoothing'throe tumblers J | at once. With this patent four chucks ( could bo used, but this number would ' smooth tumblers faster than one person 1 could put them in and take them out. ( Two hundred dozou can bo smoothed in one day with this machine, while with 1 tho old stylo only about seventy-live 1 dozen can bo handled. . -Messrs. Seamou and Wilson havo also 1 pateuted a bulls-eye lantern jjlobe. A j brass ferrule is placed on one side of tho ' mould, then tho^lobois blown into and over tho inner bide. The bulls-eye, ' which is made separately, is then < placed in the ferrule and tho flange is < turned, thereby fastening it tightly. < This makes the jdass fuJly an eighth i of an inch thicker than most bulls-eyes. , Tho under side of the bulls-oyo can bo ( polished so as to improve tho reflection. ( i no ierruiea can aiso utj miiuu wuu threads and the bulls-eyo screwed on. This is believed to be a groat success. Ko.solutionit of lleapcct. At n mooting of tho board of directors of the Wheeling Railway Company, held December G, the following resolutions were adopted: An Overruling Providence has removed by death ex-Governor J. J. Jacob, and this community mourns the loss of one of its most honorable and honorod citizens, but in his death the Wheeling Railway Company has suffered a separate loa*, the loss of its valued , president and goneral counsel, and wo, the members of its board of directors, dc- a sire to place upon its records and extend to his family an expressiou of our appreciation of that loss; therefore, bo it Resolved, That wo hereby express our .1 deop regret and Borrow on account of l thin sad event, by which wo have lost a 11 friend and associato'who was wise in .1 counsel, diligent in business, firm in the \ right and gentle in all of his dealings fi with other men. \ This loss will bo particularly great to \ the Wheeling Hallway Company bo- r cause ho was always faithful, diligent, \ courteous and skililul in the discharge e of his duties as its president and gen- \ eral counsel, and his knowledge of its ) affairs and his ability were such that ho i vfiw especially fitted for the position which ho occupied. That wo extend our heartfelt sympathy to the members of his bereaved r family, and that those resolutions bo u entered in the minutes of the board of 1 directors and a copy thereof lto sent to 1 the family and be published in the J <lnilv nnnnK of WhaftlilUT. 1 1 **' - m I MARTIN'S FKIlllY. Hups and Mi simps in tlio Thriving: Cltjr j A or OHM tho Illvor. ] i Intonso interest is taken by Martin's 1 . Ferry people in the Lntelliokncek's t World's Fair Portfolios. Some people 1 can scarcely wait until Saturday comos 1 to seuJ in their coupons. Fully 30J have called at Pickens's store this week ; to see the sample of No. 1, and all ex- j t prossed thomsolves as greatly pleased. J. 0. Perry received a telegram from i Brimfiold, Illinois, yesterday stating that his cousin, John D. .Moore, had beon killed, lie was thirty-eight years ' old and a son of the late Samuel Moore, J and formerly lived near Martin's Ferry. ' He was in the hardware business. j The puddling department at tho /EtnaStandard is off again. There is no truth in the statement made in tho , Pittsburgh Times that these mills had j gono on full, and there is no likelihood 1 of their doing so soon. ( The Baptist congregation has taken steps to help the destitute. A commit- i too from tho different secrot societies > will moet at tho 1. 0. 0. F. hall in the Boyd block this ovening to take prompt action. This weok's shipment of nails at f ho , Latighlin mill is making a good sized hole in tho stock. Ten thousand kejjs were shipped in one bar^o on Thursday and another barge is being loaded. The remains of Mrs. Catharine Reinhart will bo taken to Cincinnati over tho Baltimore <k Ohio this mormne for i interment. Tho funeral will take place on Monday. 1 Last night a young folks'party was ' given by .Miss Lizzie Conway, of Tiltou1 ville, at tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Con ley. , Mrs. Dr. B. 0. Williams entertained a few young friends iaat evening in , honor of her niece, Miss Bessie Jeuson, ot St. Clairaville. Mr*. A. 0. Platnor, of Los Angeles, California, is visiting her aisters, Mra. Brady, Mrs. GriHith and Mrs. Dawson, Thomas Hodman* of Washington, Pa., was here yesterday to soe his aunt, Mrs. Benjamin ISxley, who h very sick. Street Commissioner Coates is having cinders put down on tho sidewalks on Buckeyo'streotand Broadway. Dr. W. B. Shutticworth has been , contiued to his residenco by illneas. | Yesterday Mr. James Korr ontortainod tno Septuagenarian Club. Tho Martin's Ferry liverymen now heat their cabs and carriages. Thomas Watkins, au old citizen, is not expected to live. ftov. Father S. S. Mattingly is on the sick list. Tho eloctric light was of! again last night. Mrs. Joseph Hilton is on the sick list. A Wonderful Knmudy. I would not bo without the Radam's Microbo Killerif it cost tno ?100 a gallon. For tho past ton years 1 sutfered with Muscular Rheumatism, but was entirely cured by tho uso of this wonderful remedy. Mit. John Bl.vkkly, 233 Broadway, Now York City. CnnA>r ale, stock al? and porter made 1 by tho Smith Brewing Co. aro abso1 lately purest, best and healthiest. j" ; Children Cry for Pitcher's JJastoria. BKLliAiriE. All S?rt? of Local Xo?T4 anil Uos?>p fruiu the <itain CU r. Tho John A. Romans case, wherein the man wits s^nt to tiio ponitontinry from tnrtiz on t wo indictments lor fortfory, one term of throe yoars and anothor for six, bid* fair to become famous. Both terms bagin nt the same time on the peculiar order of tho court, but a hieher court has reversed tho decision on tiio six-year term and relea?od tho! culprit, and the throe-year sentence has I been carriod to the supremo court for an order. "Hoodoo John," an eccentric character about town, threw a stone through a window of tho Herald office yesterday and struck one of tho girls in that office on tho sido of tho head. Some boya bad annoyed John, and hiding in tiio hallway below, the only persons in bi?rht when tho half-witted fellow got the atone wore the girh in tho third story, and ho suppoiod they had beon calling to him. Judge J. E. Andrews, of LaCrosso, Kansas, was in the city yesterday. Judgo Andrews and Henry JL Anderson, formerly of this city, wore law partners, but tho firm is dissolved now by reason of tho fact that Mr. Anderson was elected prosecuting attorney on the Republican ticket and his partner electad to the bench by tho Democrat-Populist combine. Tho project to start tho Bellaire winlow glass works will probably bo ptishirl rn i>nnonmmflfinn nnu' < >ront?r Hlie :esa than anticipated in foaurinjr Etock ubscriptions has boon recoivod so far. l'lioto works wore once the most successful in this city. Jesse R. Purnoll, of East Rt. Louis, ind Miss Annie Baal# wore married by Rev. L. W. Jiarr at the homo of the urido's parents, in the Fourth ward, ind will leavo this afternoon for their St, Louis homo. Messrs. Dowitt Danford nnd James C. rail mail are homo from Columbus. Fudge Sage, of the United States district j jourt, bolng absent in Kentucky, tho i :aies they have beforo oim go ovor till j i Jater date. There are no idle men in flellaire now j ?xcopt those who profer to be idle. All j .he industries of the city aro in oporaion, and active movements are on foot j | 0 start at least two new onos. | II. 15. Eberlein, conductor on the Dliio Valley train to Powhatan, is ofl'ou 1 two weeks' leave of absence, on ac- I ount of a sprained ankle. j | Eva Marshall Shoutz, a dramatic | eader of national reputation, will eivo j in entertainment in tho U. P. church icxt Tuesday evening. Mr. John Gill, forinorlv of this city, ?!m a i.... s? i j ? e. low Willi MUllUj.', llilih IV VI Nuncio, Ind., is visiting friends in own. Tho Red Mon will hold a spocinl ouncll Mondav night, at which tho itato officers will bo present. *?J.<lK?uvoo<l Folks." There is a manliness, a dash, an ibandon, an oariie9tnoas, a grace und jhysieal strength about Mr. Hey wood's icting which lends to it a groat charm ind behind it all is an intelligence vhich is recognized by tho best theatregoers. It ii refreshing to lind an actor vitli nlentv of cinder in him?a man vho is not afraid to givo full play to his nusclcs and who can bo graceful oyen vhen ho trives expression to manly trongth; a man who has an excellent 'oico and is not afraid to uso it, and v ho ha9 tho skill to do so without rant A Timely Hit of Advice. In theso times of grip and pneumolia it is of groat importanco that we ihould know whoro to look for a sale md suro remedy. A alight cold may be:omo a Boriousone, tho scarcely noticeible paiu in the ciiost is too ofton the orerunner of pnoumonia. Tho first rough may load to consumption (a . lough is adangerous). Never negect a cou*rh or cold foroven one day, but ret at once, ns a nafo and sure remedy, l-Conip'a Balsam, tho best cough euro? ivhich in recommended on ail Hides. It ihould be kept in the house regularly ;o avoid delay when needed. It is jold at all tho drug stores. NO need to wait until nftor Christ nin* lo lurolmio your Cloak*. You ciut buy them juiil as cheaply now from GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. Out in a Ulizzurit. Mr. J. P. Blaizo, an oxtensive roal jstato dealer in Dea Moines, Iowa, nar rovvly escaped ono of tho severest :ittacks of pneumonia while in tho northern part of that state during a recent blizzard, eavs tho Saturday llevlew. 31 r. Blaizo had occasion to drive several uiilod durintr the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that lie was unable to t?et warm, and inside of an hour after his return he was threatened with a severe ease of pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Biaizo sent to tho nearest drug Btoro and got a bottln of Chamoerlain's Cough Romedy, of which ho had often hoard, and took a number of largo doses. Ho says the oilbct was wonderful and in a short time ho was breathing quite easily. He kept on taking tho medicine and tho next day was ablo to come to Des Moines. Mr. Blaize regards his j euro as simply wonderful. i Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by mora promptly adapting tho world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form must acccptahle and pleasant to the taste, tho refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaclics and levers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of the medical profession, because it nets on the Kidnevs, Liver ami Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly freo from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs and being well informed, jou will no' accept auy substitute if offered. | Stopped at (Nothing cai E Art Portfolio Coupons, which daily br = Building, and, having swallowed up t I Aft Portfolios of 1 = Recedes agai:: and deposits them in as i |THOUSANDS SECURED Portfc 1 TENS OF THOUSANDS S^L | HUNDREDS OF THOUS/ E Pleasure, Instruction, Educ lOR^ SUPERB AR|ZUU REPRODUCTIO fe F"I=?OIV | U. S. GOVERNMEf = Obtained at a Cost of $30,000 to Pre? | HOW TO SECURE THIS XfcWtf I_ /^^IP Art Portfolio Coupons as directed in coifyon on page I and sc j cover cost of postage, wrapping, mailing, etc., to Art Portfolio ia 6ize, with interesting and authentic description*, wili be mai!e purchased at retail, would cost at a low estimate $125, No such oppot be ofiered. 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